This article contains predictions for the Paramount+ series Players season 1, episode 9.
We are inching closer to the home stretch of Players and this week’s episode had a lot to unpack. Despite being pulled in a million directions, Organizm shows up during the biggest moment of the game and helps Fugitive Gaming head to the championship for the first time. Here is everything that went down in Season 1 episode 8, Philadelphia.
- Fugitive Gaming is one win away from the championship as they take down Team Liquid and are clicking on every cylinder.
- The quarterfinals are in Philadelphia which is near Organizm’s hometown. Everyone is happy, but Organizm.
- We find out that Organizm’s backstory includes finding out he struggled in school. He was the weird kid and people would make fun of him.
- Organizm got suspended time and time again for smashing a bag of milk over a kid’s head, so he could stay at home and play video games and get better.
- Organizm returns to play with the team in preparation for the finals and they are all already tired from practicing.
- Creamcheese makes Organizm take him to his favorite food spot in Philly, Dave & Busters.
- During their dinner, Creamcheese reminds him how important he is to the team and that they need him now more than ever.
- Creamcheese is choking in the big game, yet again.
- After going down 2-1, Fugitive Gaming comes back and wins on the shoulders of Organzim’s coms to head to the championship.
- Post-game, Organizm’s family wants him to go to a party with them and HE SNAPS. He says they all never supported him until he signed a big contract and even calls out his brother Rudy.
- Fugitive is heading to their fifth LCS Finale where they are 0-4 in their previous four appearances.
Players season 1, episode 9 release date
The next episode is scheduled to premiere on Paramount+ on Thursday, July 21, 2022. It’s the ninth of the ten total episodes airing weekly between now and Thursday, July 28th, 2022.
Where to watch online
As mentioned above, Players episode 9 will air exclusively on Paramount+. Since Paramount+ is still making a name for itself in the Streaming Wars, there will be many new customers signing up for the service on the strength of original shows such as this one. Membership is $4.99 or $9.99 a month (the latter is the premium package), or $49.99/$99.99 on an annual plan.
- Organizm is as focused as ever as he has distanced himself from his brother and family
- Rudy still causes behind-the-scenes issues for Organizm.
- Fugitive Gaming’s spotlight has never been bigger as they head to the finals.
- Questions start to arise around the future of Creamcheese regardless if they win it all.